This 1995 Interview With Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe Reveals So Much!

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The 50-minute interview held at Dr. Azikiwe's alma mater Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. That's where he graduated in 1930 at the age of 26 alongside Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Another significant background to the interview is that it took place 65 years after Zik's graduation from the venue and 9 months prior to his eventual demise the following year. As one of the commenters named Godspower Obioha said, "I have changed for ever. I will do something about this nation Nigeria. God will bear me witness". We really need a new generation of Nigerians with a new mindset, and, although Zik had his flaws like all of us, he certainly had great ideas (as evident in this interview).

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